The Hall has Elizabethan origins, with later alterations and additions, during the mid-late 18th century, and
in the early 20th century.
The additions made in the 18th century are reputedly by John Carr.
There are reddish, orange brick in Flemish bond, and pinkish brown brick in English garden wall bond with red brick and ashlar dressings, and a welsh slate roof
The 18th century building consisted of 2 storeys, and 3 bays.
20th century additions included a 2 storey and 2 bays added to the right and a service wing.
The original entrance was a glazed door underneath a fanlight, with radial glazing bars.
The doorcase of pilasters and a supporting frieze, dentil cornice and open dentil pediment with a round arch recess and red gauged bricks.
The gardens were designed by Gertrude Jekyll, which included a water feature running through the lower portions of the grounds.
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